Google+ Plus is now open to everyone

The Google+ project has been in limited field trial for just under 90 days, but now it’s gone public and open to everyone.  

Here’s an early review….

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When you do, add me to you circle or just follow me:  Jonco Stl

14 comments to Google+ Plus is now open to everyone

  • Richard

    O.K. I’m not real sure of what Google+ is. Is it the competition for Facebook?

    • Buckwheat

      This might sound silly, but maybe you should watch the video before commenting.

    • Jonco

      It similar but many think it’s better in a lot of ways. Plus it just seems more grown up than Facebook…. more mature.

      • Scott

        The only reason I use either is for your posts. But I can’t seem to tell the difference between your immature Facebook posts and your mature Google+ posts. Of course I haven’t looked at Google+ for quite some time so I must be immature. Come to think of it, I’ve never heard my name and mature in the same sentence before. Huh, the things you learn here…

  • Mathman54

    Maybe I’ll have time to check it out this week-end. I use Google as one of my homepages. At work today, I noticed Google inviting me to try out Google+, and, when I clicked the link, it told me I had to have a newer browser. Since I have no control over what browser is installed on my work computer, I guess I won’t be able to use Google+ from work.

    • Scott

      I could be wrong, but doubt that you really need a newer browser. Google gives me browser update warnings all the time and I just ignore them. For a while it constantly wanted me to install the latest version which I already had. Google isn’t as smart as it thinks it is.

  • Sander

    I still maintain only nerds, geeks and dorks will use Google+. Which is pretty much everyone on this site. LOL.

    No but really, while it does seem like a good product, good luck trying to get the masses to move over to Google+. I’ve had an account for awhile, but haven’t posted a single thing there.

  • Google+ will thrive when Mark Whatshisname tries once again to initiate another privacy robbing scheme. Now people have somewhere to go when he does that.

  • Qoumidan

    I’ve had it for a while now and it is never used by people in my circles. The general consensus among those I know who use facebook is that it would be silly to move all their social stuff, some again. This may change now that it’s open.

 
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